20 December 1999 Template-based synchronized multimedia integration language authoring tool
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Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language (SMIL) is a recommendation developed by the W3C Synchronized Multimedia Working Group. SMIL is a declarative authoring language to specify multimedia synchronized presentation using a time line. We present the design and implementation of a domain specific SMIL Authoring Tool (SAT). The output generate from SAT adheres to the standard as the presentation is specified in a human-readable and machine-friendly XML-tagged file. SAT can be use din conjunction with any SMIL-compliant players. It provides a high-level point-and-click tool, which can create and update the logics of SMIL presentations. It is also designed to provide template-based authoring, which is deemed to be easy-to-create for domain- specific presentations.
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Simon Shim, Simon Shim, Ying Wang, Ying Wang, I-Chung Chane, I-Chung Chane, Jerry Z. Gao, Jerry Z. Gao, Yen-Jen Lee, Yen-Jen Lee, } "Template-based synchronized multimedia integration language authoring tool", Proc. SPIE 3964, Internet Imaging, (20 December 1999); doi: 10.1117/12.373449; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.373449
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